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MICROSOFT PRODUCT KEY 2007


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tony0121

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hi i got windows xp n i had to reset my pc but i got a back up for it is there any way i can get my home n student product key back since i dont know what i did with the one i had bought. thanks
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Vanessa13

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I think you might be able to phone or email Microsoft to get the key, if you still have the original disc or some sort of proof that you purchased it.
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If the backyp can be used on a computer, you could try Belarc Adviser. It does pull and record some Product Keys for your computer, but only if you have the original files with the software installed.
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thank u i will try that n see what happens
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It has always worked for me. In fact, there is some software out there that culls your entire computer for all Product keys for installed software. But, remember what Vanessa said if it doesn't work, you can call Microsoft for the product key provided you can provide them proof of purchase over the phone.

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